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- n. Plural form of op.
- n. operations
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- n. (Roman mythology) goddess of abundance and fertility; wife of Saturn; counterpart of Greek Rhea and Cybele of ancient Asia Minor
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* gets stuck between american spec ops and british spec ops* erm im going to stand with them
HEMMER: Psy-ops is short for psychological operations.
BARBARA STARR, CNN PENTAGON CORRESPONDENT: Well, Wolf, what has come up is that Senator Obama is now asking the Pentagon for what they call ops intel briefings, the latest information about what is going on with the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
A few photo-ops from the Oval Office of your sitting behind your desk, leaning forward with the Joint Chiefs and Secretary Gates seated in front of you is a powerful reminder.
A few photo-ops from the Oval Office of you sitting behind your desk, leaning forward with the Joint Chiefs and Secretary Gates seated in front of you is a powerful reminder.
Photo ops is all we get anymore, all the way to china to film him on the wall for the next campaign.
A potential problem with co-ops is that they may attract too many sick patients rejected by the for-profit insurance industry.
To abandon the public option in favor of doomed-to-fail "co-ops" is to rip the guts out of health care reform and to leave the people at the mercy of greedy insurance companies, who will face no real competition and will have no incentive to lower or control premiums.
Don't know that I would call it a failed experiment but what they say about photo ops is very true ...
Currently one runway ops is not effecting times out there do to the massive reduction in flights do to the economy.
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